Picton Property Income Limited Annual Report 2023

Stakeholder Engagement/Continued

Under the four key themes of employment, economic growth, health and wellbeing and promoting social innovation we have: ‒ Supported local economies through creating employment opportunities in our buildings and local communities ‒ Contributed to safer communities through investment in security and surveillance technology on our sites ‒ Procured goods and services locally where possible, through transparent, ethical and sustainable supply chains, and ensured that our suppliers adhere to our Supplier Code of Conduct ‒ Promoted health and wellness initiatives across our team and to our occupiers through occupier apps and various on-site events ‒ Provided training opportunities and career progression for our employees, remaining committed to evolving talent in our employees to help all reach their full potential and career goals ‒ Supported both national and local charities within our communities as set out in our charitable giving policy ‒ Conducted a series of investor and occupier sustainability briefings to share knowledge and drive change

Community and social value As an owner of commercial property, we recognise our role in providing places which improve quality of life, enhance wellbeing and generate a positive social outcome, whilst minimising any negative impacts our buildings have on society and the environment. We are committed to understanding and supporting the needs of local communities where we own buildings. Community engagement programme

Charitable giving and partnerships This year we supported 23 charities and donated a total of £27,000. Our aim through our charitable giving and charity partnerships is to invest in our communities at grassroots level, seeking to make a positive difference to the local areas in which we hold property. We seek to support charities which; ‒ Drive positive social change ‒ Respond to specific local needs ‒ Create a positive community impact ‒ Are committed to improving local areas We have established partnerships with a number of nationwide charities and charities working in the local areas in which we operate. We have long-standing relationships with The Funding Network and Coram and this year were delighted to forge two new partnerships with The Fostering Network and Future Youth Zone, based near our industrial estate in Barking. We also regularly support LandAid each year. In addition, this year we responded to the humanitarian crisis in Turkey and Syria through donating to the Disasters Emergency Committee appeal.

Building coverage (assets)

Site type Office

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Retail, High Street Retail, Warehouse

Industrial, Business Parks Industrial, Distribution Warehouse


£27,000 Charitable donations 23 Charities supported


Picton Property Income Limited Annual Report 2023

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